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121. Logitech Thunderpad Controller
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122. Logitech WingMan Formula GP Racing
$22.99 $20.66 list($29.95)
123. Logitech Notebook Optical Mouse
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124. Logitech 936042-0403 MouseMan
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125. Labtec Optical Mouse ( 911530-0403
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126. Logitech 931156-0403 Cordless
127. Logitech White Box Clicksmart
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128. Logitech 866089-0001 Spare Cradle
129. Logitech 967398-0403 UltraX Desktop
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130. Logitech WingMan Rumble Pad (963233-0403)
$69.99 $64.95 list($89.99)
131. Logitech WingMan Strike Force
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132. Logitech Quickcam IM w/HDST (
133. Logitech iFeel Mouse
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134. Logitech 961239-0403 QuickCam
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135. Quickcam Communicate Oem
136. Logitech MouseMan Wheel Optical
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137. Logitech Optical Mouse- Black
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138. Logitech Internet Navigator Keyboard
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139. Logitech Access Duo Keyboard and
140. Logitech 961260-0403 Whitebox

121. Logitech Thunderpad Controller for Xbox (963310-0403)

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Asin: B00009OYAR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 1861
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122. Logitech WingMan Formula GP Racing Wheel -USB (963255-0403)
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005U21B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 895
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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  • Easily control your car with the custom wheel, paddle shifters, and four programmable buttons
  • Accelerate and brake precisely with realistic pedals mounted on a weighted base
  • Customize button and force feedback functionality
  • Plug and play
  • One-year warranty

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars It take a little getting used to.....
Okay, so the pedals don't feel like real automobile pedals. It's a gaming device, people! I'm looking for realism plus fun, and that's what I got. True, it does take a considerable amount of practice to get used to it. Especially if, like me, you've spent years mashing keyboard buttons to play driving games. I'ts a LOT harder using the wheel and pedals, but a heck of a lot more fun! To answer Pedro Couto e Santo's question in his earlier review: 'So... what's the point to buying a steering wheel and pedals if you can actually play driving games better on your keyboard?'. The answer is you can't play driving games with the wheel and pedals the same way you play with the keyboard. You have to re-learn everything. Have fun with your re-education!

1-0 out of 5 stars I must be doing something wrong
I can't help but rate this item very low. I've been going through the other reviews and I don't understand how people are having so much fun with this.

I've tested this mainly on Colin McRae Rally 2, and CMR 3. The games are really great driving games, and CMR3 even detected the Wingman Formula GP before I installed the logitech software. But driving in these games using this wheel is a series of zig-zags through the rally tracks!

It's terribly annoying, you spend more time trying desperatly to aim the car at the road, steering left and right furiously, than actually concentrating on the race, the curves and your timing.

I've played some tracks dozens of times and up to now, using the wheel, I simply cannot beat the time I did with the keyboard on my first try!

So... what's the point to buying a steering wheel and pedals if you can actually play driving games better on your keyboard?

4-0 out of 5 stars Steering Wheel for PS2
Great and fun no matter what age.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for the money!
This product is awsome! You get the most for your hard-earned money! If your getting a racing wheel and pedals, this one beets them all. It is also better to get a used because it's ...cheaper, and the used are still in working condition or better. I recomend games like: driver, nascar 2000,or Need for Speed:3 hot pursuit.

4-0 out of 5 stars Economical wheel to make driving games more fun
For the price, this wheel is an easy way to make driving games more fun. It has fairly good response but don't expect it to operate like a real automobile. Neither the wheel or peddles (gas/break) are as remotely sensitive as a real car but this is after all, just a gaming device and it gets the job done. The software loads easily and works on Windows XP right off the CD. It is also recognized by older software versions like Need For Speed II.

The one caveat is that you should have a flat, fairly smooth surface on which to mount the wheel and you should fasten it on tightly because if you don't, the wheel easily dislodges during the middle of the game and ruins your run. ... Read more

123. Logitech Notebook Optical Mouse Plus (931262-0403)
list price: $29.95
our price: $22.99
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Asin: B0002MRN60
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 8451
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  • Compact, shock-resistant, mobile optical mouse
  • Integrated cord-wrap
  • All-terrain optical sensor
  • USB connection for Windows and Mac
  • Three-year manufacturer's guarantee

124. Logitech 936042-0403 MouseMan Traveler (Silver)
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B0000659A8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 5329
Average Customer Review: 4.36 out of 5 stars
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Logitech's MouseMan Traveler makes a sleek and nimble companion, providing reliable optical mousing on the road or at your desk. It's light, easy to set up, and perfectly suited for use in either the right or left hand. The mouse is optimized for a USB connection, but a handy PS/2 adapter accommodates older computers, too.

Besides being small and fast, the MouseMan Traveler simplifies Web browsing through Logitech's handy WebWheel. The WebWheel, like the mouse's left and right buttons, can serve any purpose you choose--you can easily assign functions such as click/select, auto scroll, double-click, etc. in the Mouse Properties window. When designated specifically as the default, however, the wheel not only scrolls up and down within a given browser window, but also performs standard browser functions like Reload, Back, and Stop, reducing your mousing time and, accordingly, your wrist strain.

Within your browser, simply press the wheel like a button to access the WebWheel menu, and all additional options appear in a small, circular field immediately beneath the cursor. You can even configure the menu to let you zip to your favorite sites without so much as having to move your cursor to your favorites list. WebWheel functionality requires Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT 4.0, Me, or XP for the PC and Mac OS 8.6 or later for Macintosh computers, as well as an Internet service provider (ISP) account.

If you're using a PC, make sure you have Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT 4.0, Me, or XP; an available USB or PS/2 port (Windows 98, 2000, Me, or XP is required for USB hookup); and a CD-ROM drive. Mac users need to be using Mac OS 8.6 or later, with both a USB port and a CD-ROM drive. --Michael Mikesell


  • Small
  • Nice action
  • WebWheel function is convenient and customizable
  • Includes PS/2 adapter
  • No user adjustments for scrolling (takes lots of turns to move down a page)
  • Uncomfortable to use for long periods of time
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Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars You really dont want to be without this gem
I just purchased a Dell laptop, The touchpad was so sensitive it drove me nuts. So I looked at this model because it seemed to have all the right specs.
It took all of 5 minutes to install the software and have the mouse up & running. It is small enough to work on the right or left side of your laptop. It is optical W/USB & a PS2 adapter. It has a 3' extension. The mouse is small but very ergonomic with a 2 button scroll. Works with all Windows including XP OS & Macs.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great tiny mouse... if your hand's small enough
I've been using this mouse for over a year now, hooked up to Apple PowerBook G4, which incidentally, complements each other's metallic surface well.

- Very portable, ruggedly built.
- Stylish design with brushed metallic surface (highly resistant to finger prints).
- Ideal cord length (includes an extension cord as well).
- Comes with the carrying pouch.
- Smooth mousing experience -- smooth pointer movement, good tactile feedback on the buttons and scroll wheel.

- Too small for all but small hands under extended usage.
- Only the surface is metallic. The rest is unimpressive boring black boxy plastic.
- Scroll wheel and the plastic layer underneath the metal surface attract dust.
- Non-retractable cord.
- Only 2 buttons and scroll wheel.

If you are looking for a mouse that will sit on your desk most of the time, this is NOT the mouse for you. Although it is one of the best portable mice out there, its small dimension (about the size of a PC Card) will challenge all but small hands after extended use. Get a desktop mouse if that's your intention.

That said, all portable mice are small and Logitech's MouseMan Traveler is among the very best. Its optical sensor, while not one of those super fast sensitive kinds, will track the pointer movement with grace and accuracy, never skipping the beat. Its two buttons, which are cleverly integrated as the surface body, offer very good tactile feedback, as does its scroll wheel, which offers good friction (not too smooth, not too hard).

My only real complaints is how easily the mouse collects dust. Because this is an optical mouse, the dust will not interfere with the operation. However, the area between metal surface (which doubles as two buttons) has some gap that attracts dust. You can use the paper napkin to clean, but be prepared to clean often. The scroll wheel collects dust even more easily, although this is all too common among scroll wheel-based mice.

I recommend this mouse highly for travelers.

5-0 out of 5 stars Compact and cool looking traveler's mouse
Ok, you are a cool-looking road warrior with your latest high-tech laptop running Windows XP. You hate the touchpad, though, so what do you do? The MouseMan Traveler is the answer. It's a small, lightweight mouse with a cool design. Unlike other mice with two obvious buttons, this one uses one piece of thin metal to cover the actual button touch points. Very easy to use. It's also comfortable to hold even for someone like me with big hands, but the "buttons" are slanted in such a way as to make clicking take some getting used to. It should have a "fuller" feel in the hand. But, unlike many notebook mice, it's both lefty and righty friendly.

It works beautifully right after you plug it into a Windows XP computer. For those on legacy systems, driver software on a mini-CD-ROM is included, as is a USB-to-PS/2 adapter. Also included is an extension cord, so you can use the mouse either in the short form, or in the long form. Very considerate of Logitech.

The mouse is about 2/3 the size of regular mice and feels solid and well built. It's a winner. I was attracted to it by Circuit City's rebate this week, which essentially gives me 50% off the regular price. But even at the regular price, this would have been a great value and a great companion to the many road trips.

5-0 out of 5 stars The perfect laptop companion
I love this little thing. A lot of travel mice are too small, or the wrong shape, or easily broken, but this mouse is just right. The buttons have just the right amount of give to them, the scroll wheel is firm but not too firm, and it tracks well whether I'm using it on a tabletop, on my pants leg, or even on my laptop's wrist rest. Plus, it comes with a sturdy carrying case, so I don't have to worry about it getting damaged in my laptop bag, and an extension cord, in case the three-foot cord on the mouse isn't long enough for whatever reason. It looks stylish, too!

3-0 out of 5 stars Hard to click
I bought this mouse for my averatec 3225. It looks very good but BEWARE... the keys are very hard. You really need to put some force to click. This was really disgusting in the beginning but I got used to it. I would give a 5 stars for look and 1 star for usage. ... Read more

125. Labtec Optical Mouse ( 911530-0403 )
list price: $9.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00009K7A4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Labtec
Sales Rank: 8258
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great
This mouse IS optical

It has a geat wheel and great buttons.

it's reliabel and fast

5-0 out of 5 stars Great
This mouse IS optical.

It has a geat wheel and great buttons,
It's reliabel and fast

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money!
I bought one of these at a store, not amazon. But everyone should know it's NOT OPTICAL. It has a lit up red wheel, but it's still a trackball. Don't get ripped by Labtec! ... Read more

126. Logitech 931156-0403 Cordless Optical Mouse (Black)

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Asin: B0001H9L8O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 5298
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127. Logitech White Box Clicksmart 510 Dual Mode Dig Camera

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Asin: B00007G35T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
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128. Logitech 866089-0001 Spare Cradle for Io Pen
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B0000DWGYS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 2165
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129. Logitech 967398-0403 UltraX Desktop

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Asin: B00018TPXY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 22460
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  • Ultra-flat profile with Zero-Degree Tilt
  • Higher standard of ergonomic comfort and style
  • One-touch, programmable keyboard controls launch the applications you want to launch
  • Easy two-handed navigation
  • Secure, reliable cordless technology reduces desktop clutter

130. Logitech WingMan Rumble Pad (963233-0403)
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004VUGN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 4715
Average Customer Review: 3.37 out of 5 stars
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Just try and hold on to Logitech's WingMan RumblePad gamepad. Featuring nine programmable buttons, the RumblePad offers a sliding throttle for precise speed control, plus two analog sticks to let you quickly rotate a full 360 degrees. Two motors, housed in the RumblePad grips, let you feel every turn, bump, and dip in games and simulations. Since this gamepad draws power from the USB port on your PC, no expensive batteries are required. ... Read more


  • Dual motor technology provides maximum vibration feedback
  • 2 accurate and responsive analog sticks
  • Easy-to-reach throttle control
  • Convenient USB interface
  • 9 programmable buttons

Reviews (43)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good pad, Shoddy construction
I'll get the bad stuff out of the way first:
This pad is a very poorly contructed device. Both sticks have come right off several times, the first two buttons have taken to making an annoying clicking sound, and that throttle slider falls off ALL THE TIME. The last time it came off, it was trampled and nearly broken. If it wasn't for Microsoft's idiotic swapping of the left thumbstick and D-pad on the X-Box controller, I'd be using that controller instead (the X-Box controller uses a USB interface).

On the good side, the Wingman Pad is a great staple for the PC gamepad market, setting the standard with its basic features and design. The throttle makes me think Logitech was aiming to compete against joysticks with this pad. It ain't gonna happen. That space isn't large enough for a quality throttle slider, and it poses problems that I've already mentioned. The mode switching is pretty cool (as I use the pad mainly for emulators, I need the D-pad to function as such when playing, say, Super Nintendo, but I use mode switch to use the left stick when playing Nintendo 64).

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Pad
Before buying this pad, I looked at every other single one that was being sold on amazon first. There were others that looked better but I didnt want to spend 40 bucks on just a pad. This one looked good, only 27 bucks. I was expecting it to be a fairly good one, because the price was lower than others like it, but I was amazed! The pad is great, it has 2 analog sticks, a regular directional pad and 9 buttons and a slider.

The gamepad works great with EA games, try getting NHL 2001 to go along with it. I even got two pads so I could play with my friends. It also has two modes, you can switch it so that the analog sticks work as a directional pad, helpful for games like Frogger where you only need to go in 4 directions. The controller also works well with Playstation games released on the computer, for example Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2.

(I am running a Dell 1.8 ghz computer with Windows ME and I havn't encountered any problems. It comes with its own calibration software.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Been usieing this pad for 4 years now
Four years an no problems other than droping it and breaking the thumb controls .....but thats nothing alil super glue couldnt fix....I play MotorCross Madness 2 with this pad EVERYDAY...... Very nice and sesitive...... If i were to buy another controler it would be a wingman rumble pad!

2-0 out of 5 stars Wingman, what a waste of money
I bought this controller thinking it would be top of the line, but after having it for about a week, everything just started to go wrong. The first thing then went bad were the joy sticks, if you goto the game controller properties in the control pannel ou will notice that even though the joy sticks are still, the properties show them moving slightly. I accepted this imperfection but then then one of the buttons just completely died, i called logitech, which by the requires to you to pay long distance charges. I was able to get a replacement for the controller. Also from what i read in logitech press-releases while trying to get my problem fixed it seems like the wingman 2 should be out in the fall, so if you can wait it might be definitly worth your while.

1-0 out of 5 stars awful waste of money
This is a terrible product. It broke the day after its first use, and it makes gameplay more difficult. It is unfortunate that many games require this controller, because it is a difficult to use piece of junk. ... Read more

131. Logitech WingMan Strike Force 3D (USB)
list price: $89.99
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B0000659BP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 2450
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Durable optical technology provides smooth precision and resists dirt, eliminating the need for cleaning
  • Large finger-operated trackball is easy to use, offers superior control and reduces hand and wrist movement
  • Sleek shape is flexible enough to use in either hand
  • Limited 3 year warranty

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Middle of the road stick
I bought this stick with great expectations and was really disappointed. I'll try to be informative.
- Stick is too loose, even with power to the stick. Too much play before the stick actually registers movement.
- Tried increasing tension of stick with the utility and it doesn't help.
- The effects were solid, but once again making any accurate/fine movements with the stick is impossible.

Maybe this would be a good supplemental stick, I don't think it's fit for duty as your main gaming stick. I ended up with a Sidewinder Precision Pro 2. Now that's a good stick.

2-0 out of 5 stars How the mighty have fallen... off to the left.
Sorry Logitech, I love your keyboard, but your joystick leaves a bad taste in my mouth.

I picked up the stick to do a little flying in Battlefield 1942 (BF). Now, given that BF could use a little more spit and polish in the joystick support department, the WingMan Strike Force 3D didn't meet my expectations.

It installed quickly and easily, no problems there. When I finally got around to the calibration phase, the stick seemed a bit loose and would pull to the left. I thought I could compensate by trying to calibrate so it would read the pull as the center, right? Wrong. Once I fired up BF, I was constantly having to compensate by pulling the stick to the right, which would throw off my ability to turn right (imagine flying a two engine plane with one engine out).

Needless to say, it's going back to the store tomorrow morning. I'll opt for a non-force feedback system for now (alot of the BF players have been complaining about not getting their Force Feedback sticks to work). I've heard good things about Microsoft's Precision Pro (non-Force Feedback), and even Logitech's WingMan Extreme 3D (non-Force Feedback). Until I can sock away [$$$] for the Thrustmaster HOTAS Cougar, I'll keep trying to find a moderately priced stick that works well (I don't think that's too much to ask).

I suppose I should also note, that when I was out looking at sticks earlier in the day, I noticed that a few of the WingMan's rubber boots around the stick and the base were starting to crack.

Oh, one last thing, at the time of my writing this ..., Amazon has the wrong WingMan pictured. The Strike Force 3D has a wheel (similar to your mouse's wheel) off to the left side, with a button on both sides. ... Read more

132. Logitech Quickcam IM w/HDST ( 961361-0403 )

our price: $40.54
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Asin: B0001VNN6G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 4617
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Easy to use webcam
  • Live video calls
  • Works with many IM clients
  • One-click video email
  • Capture stills; record videos

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good Resolution, Clear images
The picture quality was good enough for my budget and requirements. Though the images appear more smooth and a lesser framer rate in megapixel resolution.

In moderate lighting; with not too much of sunlight, the performance is really impressive. ... Read more

133. Logitech iFeel Mouse
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005ASFK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 25270
Average Customer Review: 3.53 out of 5 stars
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Logitech's iFeel mouse combines tactile feedback with optical technologyto give you an interactive computing experience. With two buttons and a scrollwheel that doubles as a third button, the iFeel mouse issues gentle impulseswhen it moves over a Windows element (toolbar button, menu option, folders) or abrowser object (link or Web button), ensuring you're clicking exactly where youintended. Sensing mouse-clickable fields amidst fine print or information- clutter can provide greater accuracy and efficiency over the visual-only cues ofconventional mice.

Designed for left- or right-handed users, this high-precision mouse providessmooth performance, gliding across most surfaces while recording motionoptically at 1,200 times per second. The iFeel mouse comes with easy-to-use,plug-and-play USB installation as well as a five-year warranty. ... Read more


  • Optical mouse with tactile feedback
  • 3 buttons including scroll wheel
  • Optical sensor detects movement 1,200 times per second
  • Comfortable ambidextrous design
  • USB compatible--easy plug-and-play installation

Reviews (19)

4-0 out of 5 stars Best mouse I ever had!
I have been using the Ifeel mouse for over a year now. Even without the vibrations, this is the best mouse I ever owned.
I have Microsoft Intellimouse and my office and Logitech Ifeel at home. They are both excellent optical mice (no ball on the bottom). I prefer the Logitech Ifeel because it seems a little more accurate and comfortable when I am clicking a lot of things quickly.

The vibrations seem kind of cute at first but you quickly get to like the feeling of your screen. I have come to depend of the tactile feel of my screen. I guess its almost subconcious.


I had a few problems with the Logitech installation sofwtare.
I was using an old serial port mouse to install the new USB mouse and ended up with no mouse for a while during the installation.

Rememebr the Ifeel model requires a free USB port and does not work with Windows 95.

3-0 out of 5 stars Neat concept, good for lite gaming--but FPS fans beware
This little optical wonder works great in games specifically designed to take advantage of its force technology. For example, in the god game Black & White the mouse will thump faster and faster as your worshipers send you spiritual power. The game uses the iFeel tech to provide the user with useful information, in much the same way the rumble pack provides tactile clues in the Nintendo 64 game Zelda: Ocarina of Time.

But the iFeel tech falls flat when it tries to simulate in-game events such as gunshots in iFeel-enabled first person shooter games. You just can't win: the force feedback is too weak to really feel like a gun's recoil, but the designers can't make it any stronger because then the rumble would actually move the mouse and thus mess with the player's aim.

Even worse, the optical sensor doesn't seem as accurate as a mouse ball. Sure, the optical mouse will never "stick" like a mouse ball can, but fast movement of the mouse (such as quickly turning around in a FPS) will produce strange results: either moving much too far or hardly at all. This is not an action gamer's mouse.

Non-game performance is take-it-or-leave-it. Sure, it's kind of neat to feel something when you click on a button or slide a scrollbar, but it certainly isn't necesary. Maybe graphic artists would get better mileage--I think tactile output from a paint program would be pretty cool.

If you're a general user who only uses a computer for work & Internet access or a casual gamer looking for an optical mouse, I'd recommend this one. The iFeel tech can be fun, and the optical performance is much better than a mouseball. If you dislike the iFeel options, you can simply disable them and use the mouse as a simple optical mouse.

But if you are a hardcore action gamer, I recommend you either wait for a next-generation iFeel mouse made specifically for gamers, or skip this mouse and instead go with a high-performance ball or optical mouse that will better serve your needs.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Mouse, I've had it for more than 3 years now
This is an awesome mouse, I've been using it for almost 3 years and now and I can't see myself using anything else. I wish Logitech would incorporate the iFeel technology in some of their newer mice as well. This isn't something you really need in a mouse, but it makes it seem as if you're interacting with the web page or your computer, you can "feel" the links or icons. At first it does feel kind of weird, but once you get used to it, you can't go back to a regular mouse.

4-0 out of 5 stars A cool answer to a question no one asked
Picked up an iFeel mouse off e-bay out of curiousity. You can find them well priced on there.

This is my first optical mouse, and seems to be a decent one at that. The "iFeel" part is actually pretty cool, although I really do not see a reason for it. I can't think of any pro's or con's for having it. It works with a couple games (Black and White is neat with it) and it does let me be a little more accurate with clicking. Possibly a good tool for those with less than perfect sight?

It took some time to get it to work. Make sure you have the newest software if installing with XP.

Overall, if you need a new mouse, you can't beat this price for a great optical mouse. The motion part is just an added bonus--and it freaks people out who don't know what it is. A friend of mine searched the desk for 10 minutes seeking out the "roughness" under the mouse. Needless to say, the desk was clean ;-). Mouse was just set on "squeaky clean".

Pretty cool. Find one used or on e-bay. Try not to buy retail.

3-0 out of 5 stars A Solution in Search of a Problem
An eager early-adopter, I searched high & low for this mouse after it was announced. I was in need of a new mouse anyway, so why not experience the thrills & chills of tactile feedback? One pre-release review I had read claimed that after a short while, you wouldn't believe you were ever happy with a mouse that didn't click, buzz, vibrate, and bump.

That was not my experience. Admittedly, I was amused by iFeel feedback at first. Logitech includes a modestly-amusing little puzzle game and demo app that showcase the variety of effects the mouse can create. There is a staggering array of options available to you if you choose to customize the feedback schemes, ranging from barely-perceptible buzzing to almost finger-numbing impacts. I had grown rather fond of the sandpaper-like feel that one scheme bestowed upon all default buttons, in fact.

But after a couple weeks of use, I still wasn't sure that there was any real advantage in using this hyperactive input device. I probably would've stuck with it longer if it weren't for the fact that the iTouch Desktop software (which enables & manages the feedback) seemed to interact badly with my usual applications, such as Netscape. It got so that I would disable the feedback features before opening my browser (running on W98) to avoid a crash. After a week or so of that routine, I realized that it was foolish to pay a premium for a feature that, while cool in theory, was frustrating in reality. ... Read more

134. Logitech 961239-0403 QuickCam Pro 4000 (5 pack)

our price: $322.67
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Asin: B00007FS0C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 3024
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon Product Description

Video enthusiasts, get ready. Logitech's new QuickCam Pro 4000 was made just foryou. Combining a digital zoom, built-in microphone, and high-quality VGA CCD sensor,the QuickCam Pro 4000 lets you express your creativity like a pro.

Now you can create amazing videos and shoot 1.3-megapixel still photos with ease.Or add live video to Yahoo! Messenger, MSN Messenger, and AIM while you chat.You can also make live video calls, set up a video monitoring system, or sendphotos and video with your e-mail. Enhance the way you communicate and animateyour life.

Add live video to your favorite instant messenger:MSN Messenger, AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), Yahoo! Messenger, and WindowsMessenger

Product Features
  • Enjoy 640x480 video resolution with the advanced VGA CCD sensor andhigh-quality 1.3 megapixel photo resolution
  • Zoom in or out, even pan and tilt to get the right shot
  • Add live video to your favorite instant messenger: MSN Messenger,AOL Instant
  • Messenger (AIM), Yahoo! Messenger, and WindowsMessenger
  • Send live video to mobile phones with Logitech Mobile Video
  • Create movies like a pro with studio-quality video editing software
  • Compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1

Set it up on any monitor

QuickCam Pro 4000's bonus clip makes it simple to use with any flat panelmonitor. The flexible back lets you shape it to match your monitor's profile.Or use the camera with its base on any flat surface.

Send video greetings instantly

Record a video to congratulate your friend on her new promotion. Justclick your mouse once to send her a video e-mail. Isn't that simple?

Automaticface-tracking follows your actions!

It's easy to stay the center of attention during your video IM or videocalling session. It automatically zooms in and follows your movements.

Chat face-to-face online

Video-chat with your best friend or relative using your instant messengerservice. The built-in mic lets you express yourself.

The Creative Way to Get Closer

  • Add live video to your favorite instant messenger: MSN Messenger,AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), Yahoo! Messenger,and Windows Messenger
  • Shoot 1.3 megapixel photos and high-quality videos
  • Edit movies and photos with studio-quality software
  • Make live video calls
  • Email video and photos easily
  • Get closer with a digital zoom
  • Conduct online video conferences and calls using Windows Messengeror Microsoft NetMeeting
  • Speak your mind with the built-in microphone
  • Add video to your eBay auctions with SpotLife VideoSnap
  • Create fun animated films
  • Create web albums, broadcast live video and audio, and set up a webcam
  • 2-year limited hardware warranty
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP, and Mac OS 9.04 and9.1.


Product Specifications

  • Video capture: Up to 640 x 480 pixels (VGA CCD)
  • Still image capture: Up to 1280 x 960 pixels, 1.3 megapixels
  • Frame rate: Up to 30 frames per second (with recommended system)

Included Software

  • FREE Logitech IM Video Companion
  • Live video-enabled Yahoo! Messenger
  • One-click video e-mail software
  • Video broadcasting software
  • Web album creator software
  • Web camera software
  • Motion detection software
  • Animation software
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  • Enjoy 640x480 video resolution with the advanced VGA CCD sensor and high-quality 1.3 megapixel photo resolution
  • Zoom in or out, even pan and tilt to get the right shot
  • Add live video to your favorite instant messenger
  • Send live video to mobile phones with Logitech Mobile Video
  • Create movies like a pro with studio-quality video editing software

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good resolution - easy to setup
This camera was very easy to use and to setup. The resolution (640x480) was good. Great product. ... Read more

135. Quickcam Communicate Oem

our price: $37.99
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Asin: B0006G2SOY
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 4370
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Product Description

This item is brand new and comes complete with all manufacturer supplied accessories.
It also comes with a USA warranty.

Nice electronics is your source for everyday low prices on theLogitech Inc 961377-0403 - QuickCam Communicate OEM and all other Logitech Inc Digital Cameras

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136. Logitech MouseMan Wheel Optical
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00004W3YK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 15213
Average Customer Review: 4.31 out of 5 stars
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The Logitech Wheel Mouse records motion optically, instead ofwith a ball, so there are no moving parts to get dirty even in themessiest work spaces. Without a ball, the Wheel Mouse glides smoothlyacross most surfaces and eliminates the need for a mouse pad. Itfeatures four programmable buttons, including a convenient thumb button,for timesaving shortcuts. It is designed to fit into your left or righthand. You can save time by programming the buttons for shortcuts. Youcan also enjoy easy scrolling without scrollbars. It works on either aPS/2 serial port or a USB port and is compatible with PC and Maccomputers.

Logitech backs this product with a five-year warranty. ... Read more


  • Glides smoothly across most surfaces
  • Tracks motion optically without a ball
  • Maximum comfort and control
  • Features 4 programmable buttons for timesaving shortcuts
  • Works with both PC and Macintosh systems

Reviews (51)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for Everyday Use
This is a great mouse, as long as you're not a gamer. For everyday stuff, it works fine. The mouse has a sleek shape, fitting perfectly in your hand, and the thumb button is very convenient. The software that comes with the mouse is easy to install and makes it easy to configure the buttons for whatever you want to do. The wheel itself is a little loose--it's very easy to press unintentionally when you're trying to spin it--but it's okay as soon as you get used to it.

The optical component of the mouse is what makes it unsuitable for gaming. If you move the mouse too fast, the pointer bounces across the screen and usually comes to end up almost right where it started. This erratic response makes it impossible to play games that require mouse movements, such as RTS games, or Quake.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Mouse
I have always had regular mice that have the hideous "ball" inside of them, and every TWO weeks guarenteed, I'd have to replace it, because I am a very heavy gamer. I use my mice up so quickly, they always break. Anyway, I decided to go with an optical one, but I couldn't decide on this one, or the Microsoft one, because a lot of the people were saying that they didn't like the drivers that came with this one. After receiving the mouse, just TODAY, I feel compeled to review it.

First of all, I hooked it with through USB because my computer has 2 USB ports, and I had TONS of problems with it. The mouse would get "stuck" and wouldn't move, and then it would skip, and when you moved it slow, it would be even worse. After I read the reviews on here, I noticed that someone else was having the same problem but fixed it by connecting it through PS/2. I tried the same, and it fixed it. Now it works excellent.

I would have given this mouse 5 stars, but since it does not work properly in USB, I have to give it 4 stars. Still, the way the pointer moves is much better than anything else I have ever tried.

I hope this mouse last me for a long time.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome mouse!
I purchased this mouse in June 2001, and it keeps on trucking. The most reliable mouse I have ever used. I am a heavy gamer so it went through a lot of utilization, but it's still responsive and solid.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Mouse Ever
I have had this mouse for over three years and I must say that it is the greatest peripheral device I have ever owned in my life! The blue color is amazing and the glowing light is uber-cool. It may look awkward in the picture, but it looks much more sleek in person and feels perfect in your hand. The side button is basically useless and soon forgotten, though it can be programed to do one of several tasks. The responsitivity is top notch - the advantage of this over a wireless mouse is that even the best Microsoft wireless will occasionally loose contact with the receiver and they require batteries, so if you don't absolutely need a wireless, get this corded one or check out the Logitech wirelesses.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best mouse out there (if you can actually find one!)...
I have this mouse for my main home computer and love it. The fit of the mouse is the best I've felt compared to all the mice I've owned. It is a very ergonomic mouse and responds very well due to the optical mouse technology instead of outdated mouseball technology. The buttons really feel like they respond when you click them. I love using this mouse for my everyday web surfing, for gaming, and for work. It is not that expensive, either. I bought mine for only about $30, and it is worth every penny. The only problem is that this mouse is hard to find these days. You may have to resort to looking for it at online shops. You can try your luck at Best Buy, Circuit City and other big electronics stores, but it seems like they don't carry this one anymore since Logitech has a wireless MouseMan that has replaced it. :( ... Read more

137. Logitech Optical Mouse- Black (931145-0403)

our price: $11.17
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Asin: B0001LTT64
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 3091
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138. Logitech Internet Navigator Keyboard (967233-0403)
list price: $29.99
our price: $21.36
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Asin: B00006HMPG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 2395
Average Customer Review: 4.83 out of 5 stars
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Achieve greater productivity online and at your desktop computer with Logitech's Internet Navigator keyboard. Its low-profile Zero Degree Tilt design with detachable wrist rest and comfortable, tactile keys deliver comfort and style. You'll enjoy faster scrolling and switching between applications, and the keyboard's enhanced function key commands simplify the things you do most often, like navigating documents and Web sites, sending e-mail, using an instant messenger, managing multimedia, and accessing files. ... Read more


  • Quickly scroll and switch applications; customize keyboard features with powerful iTouch software
  • Get comfortable with ultra-flat Zero-Degree Tilt design
  • Access favorite web sites, directories, and applications with one-touch function keys
  • Control audio and video directly from the keyboard
  • Compatible with Windows and Macintosh

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Really nice Keyboard
The Logitech Internet Navigator is a really nice keyboard, but a bit on the big side. I have used it with Windows XP, and Linux (The special feature keys don't work with linux). Having the scroll wheel on the keyboard is a great feature. Another nice feature is the volume control.

4-0 out of 5 stars One of the best Keyboards I have ever used
This is by far an excellent keyboard. When I go to get a keyboard, I am in it for the comfortability. Not extra buttons and such. This keyboard for me, is extremly comfortable. It also has a convinient scroll wheel on the left hand side. A great keyboard. However, Logitech does have some much nicer keyboards on the market now. This is quite an old keyboard. Still a good one though, especially for extras. If you are in it for pure comfortability, go with one of the newer ones. If you are in it for pure extras, deffinetly go with this. Overall, a great keyboard. 4 out of 5 stars. Marked down one star for not being completely comfortable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Navigator is the best!
I have had my Navigator since 2001 and I have had absolutely no problems(safemode is oddly accessed by left crt). The keys are not quiet compared to newer models, but I don't like mushy hard to push keys(like this HP I am typing at now at the folk's house). THe Logitech Navagator makes a nice easy 'click' when pushing the keys(that I personally like, but most of you don't) the keys give little resistance and will always execute the function never do you have to "Pound" the key to get it to work as I've heard of the new Logitech Elite which I'm buying for my new PC but will probably cancel after hearing of it's terrible F-lock and stiff keys. If you do a lot of typing or are single(as not to wake up your spouse/roomate/child/angry father ect in bed) and play a lot of games this is perfect. The problem lies in the retarded display of CAP ON CAP OFF when playing games you get kicked out of the games so you must turn this display off to enjoy games(and not corrupt your files in games). I've heard logitech also promotes spyware but it can be easily disabled with Adaware or spybot.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
This is a wonderful keyboard. It just, "feels" right. However, it's a large addition to the desktop and may prove unwieldy. Yet, it's still a good deal and definitely worth a try.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Keyboard, but beware of spyware
This is a great, solid keyboard with all your main programs and websites available at the touch of a button. It is a real time saver, and it has a very intelligent layout. You can also use it to control you multimedia software, including volume, ff, rewind, etc.

Beware when installing this software that the Logitech control center installs a spyware program called Backweb Lite. Backweb is used to send information about you to companies that then send you advertising without your knowledge. This program can be blocked from accessing the web with firewalls such as Internet Security, or better yet, it can be removed completely with the free program called Spybot Search and Destroy. Removing this program has absolutely no effect on the performance of the keyboard. So if you value your privacy, make sure you take the proper precautions. ... Read more

139. Logitech Access Duo Keyboard and Mouse (967305-0403)

our price: $24.36
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Asin: B0000DJ921
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 2575
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  • Comfortable mouse with three buttons and scroll wheel
  • One-touch access to email, instant messenger, and webcam
  • Integrated controls for music and videos
  • Windows 98, NT 4.0, 2000, Me,XP; Mac OS X

140. Logitech 961260-0403 Whitebox QuickCam Messenger (USB)

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Asin: B0000AKA96
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 7505
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  • Capture video at 30 frames per second
  • Add live video to your instant messages
  • Built-in mic makes recording a breeze
  • E-mail videos and photos with a simple click

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